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    of/on in English subject

    I want to be a teacher of/on/in English subject at the college level.

    Which preposition should I use in this sentence?

    It doesn't make any difference, to my ear, with any of these prepositions.

    Please help me.

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    Re: of/on in English subject

    I would say 'I want to be a teacher of English at college level'.

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